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Does information about care provided in places like minute clinics and urgent care centers go into an HIE?

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The information blocking rule implemented in April 2021 requires all health care organizations to share patient information.

Christopher Hobson, M.D., explains that the information blocking rule implemented in April 2021 requires all health care organizations to share patient information, and HIEs are the easiest way of doing that.

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